Hamshack,

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I know we had a post to brag about our hamshacks but I know some of us have got new equipment (ve6wtf)

    Lets post a list of radios, tuners, antennas, and meters.

    Me...

    FT-897D
    FT-1802
    VX-7R
    MFJ-Versa Tuner II
    Micronta meter (junk but it works)
    Heil Headset w/ mic.

    not any antennas up yet but will keep you posted

    Search my callsign (kc0vvu)
    on my bio. i have a picture of my shack
     
  2. W8LBO

    W8LBO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Well, right now I have an Icom IC-718 and Drake SPR-4, with a couple dipoles and a 2-meter whip. But none of them are setup because I'll be getting a job and then heading off to college. So if you know anyone interested in a 718 and Drake, let me know [​IMG] Have a good one.
     
  3. K1LFG

    K1LFG Ham Member QRZ Page

    [​IMG]

    I have a cleaning disorder...... can't have more then 3 sheets of random paper on my desk.

    Very light on extra equipment as I sell my previous rig for for extra equipment.

    Edit: fixed a bad link
     
  4. VA7AAX

    VA7AAX Ham Member QRZ Page

    i dont have much. a VX5R and a groundplane for 2 meters.



    (update) . i got a QR 666 kenwood communications receiver .
     
  5. VA7AAX

    VA7AAX Ham Member QRZ Page

    for how much are you willing to sell it for?
     
  6. W8LBO

    W8LBO Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'm aiming for like $470 for the Icom and $300 for the Drake.
     
  7. VE6WTF

    VE6WTF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Kenwood TS-140S
    Kenwood TM-261A
    Icom IC-V82
    Yeasu FT-411E
    HTX-10
    Motorola Maxar 80
    Realistic Pro-2011 VHF/UHF scanner
    13.8v 6 amp PS
    12v batt and trickle charger
    Channel master light duty rotor and control
    CDE heavy duty rotor and control
    20m Dipole,
    80m Dipole,
    10m 1/2 verticle
    2m 11 element phased beam,
    2m 1/4 w/ radials,
    30ft mast,
    Buxcomm TNC
    2m 1/2 wave verticle for the backpack
    Micronita SWR/Field strength meter
    And 3 ssb 11 meter boat anchors,
    and 6 mobile am ones

    (on the way:)
    G5RV (160-10)
    300 watt tuner



    Can I count my station laptop???
    And two TV's

    Oh and 2 homebrew straight keys, and an iambic prairie might
     
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    DUDE!!!!!!!!!

    That is probably the coolest shack I have ever heard of.
     
  9. VE6WTF

    VE6WTF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Why thank you,
    It is going to be a great field day station!!1
    I am giong to get it set up for contesting.
    I will post some pics of my antennas!
     
  10. Guest

    Guest Guest

    cool! Once I am done setting up my antennas at the QTH I will be setting up some antennas at my secondary station or vacation station in Greenwood County Kansas. All farmland so I won't have any annoying electrical noise (I know that is an exaggeration but a boy can dream)

    I will post pics. of the antennas once I am done.
     
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